Rohet Garh

Address: Rohet Garh P.O. Rohet, Rohet, Rajasthan, 306401, India | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Rohet Garh P.O. Rohet, Rohet.
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      Travel Blogs from Rohet

      Bap: A blip on the map

      A travel blog entry by meva on Dec 30, 2014

      10 photos

      ... 8221;. As the crowd of children grew and they seemed to be asking now ...

      Serenity and Simplicity at Badal House

      A travel blog entry by davebythesea on Dec 02, 2014

      16 photos

      ... his goats for tea. While his neighbours sprout satellite dishes, Badal House has none – but it is all immaculately cleaned, washed and swept by his 17 year old
      daughter, Booja, who also does the cooking.

      Mr Singh apologises for the simplicity of the fare; but he has no need to. Tea, made with water from the well and lightly spiced with crushed ginger, is served on request upon a tray with china cups and a teapot. ...

      Quiet rural Rajasthan

      A travel blog entry by wickens on Oct 06, 2011

      1 comment, 27 photos

      After Narlai we headed to Rohet which is in a much drier, more desert-like part of Rajasthan, and as such is much less densely populated. This time our group was split between 2 properties owned by the same family: Manjeet and Georgie were in Rohet, the family home for the last 400 years or so, a colonial-style property full of photos and memorabilia from previous generations; and the Wickens' were in Mirh Garh, a ...

      Mountain Village

      A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey on Dec 14, 2010

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... other, after which they change their clothes and go to the temple to pray. The day we were there it was “feed the monkey day” in which the locals purchase food for the monkeys who represent the Monkey God.

      I have added to the entry pictures of some of the great doors and wall paintings from a few temples and homes and pictures of Darcy & I at our hotel. The hotel was a former palace that has been converted.

      Sticks and Stones

      A travel blog entry by adamerin on Dec 18, 2006


      Hello again from Jodhpur! We've delayed our travels to Mandore by a few hours so that Adam may check his work email and for us to change some money. There is only one ATM we've found in Jodhpur, next to a nicer hotel. We decided to go there by foot since it was only 2 miles from our guest house. During that walk we met a very nice Indian teenager who introduced himself and practiced his english on us. We took a ...